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Type 5: The Investigative Thinker , from The Enneagram Collection, is for anyone who loves the Enneagram and wants to go deeper with this interactive book exploring the unique motivations, longings, and strengths and weaknesses of a Type 5those who have a core desire to be capable and competent. The Enneagram has never been more popular. This ancient personality typing Type 5: The Investigative Thinker , from The Enneagram Collection, is for anyone who loves the Enneagram and wants to go deeper with this interactive book exploring the unique motivations, longings, and strengths and weaknesses of a Type 5—those who have a core desire to be capable and competent. The Enneagram has never been more popular. This ancient personality typing system identifies nine types of people and how they relate to one another and helps people discover what motivates them, their fears, and how best to interact with others. With the growing popularity of this self-assessment tool in all spheres of life, including personal relationships, professional relationships, faith communities, students, and even pop culture, these interactive books are great for anyone newly interested in the Enneagram or the longtime Enneagram enthusiast. With space to journal about the unique motivations, longings, and strengths and weaknesses of a Type 5—those who have a core desire to be capable and competent, Beth McCord shows how to transform self-limiting behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment.   In addition to deeply informative content from Enneagram expert Beth McCord, the pages include interactive prompts and space provided for reflection and notes. Each book teaches about the strengths, challenges, and opportunities for that personality type in order to lead to a more meaningful life, lasting relationships, and a deeper understanding of God and yourself.


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Type 5: The Investigative Thinker , from The Enneagram Collection, is for anyone who loves the Enneagram and wants to go deeper with this interactive book exploring the unique motivations, longings, and strengths and weaknesses of a Type 5those who have a core desire to be capable and competent. The Enneagram has never been more popular. This ancient personality typing Type 5: The Investigative Thinker , from The Enneagram Collection, is for anyone who loves the Enneagram and wants to go deeper with this interactive book exploring the unique motivations, longings, and strengths and weaknesses of a Type 5—those who have a core desire to be capable and competent. The Enneagram has never been more popular. This ancient personality typing system identifies nine types of people and how they relate to one another and helps people discover what motivates them, their fears, and how best to interact with others. With the growing popularity of this self-assessment tool in all spheres of life, including personal relationships, professional relationships, faith communities, students, and even pop culture, these interactive books are great for anyone newly interested in the Enneagram or the longtime Enneagram enthusiast. With space to journal about the unique motivations, longings, and strengths and weaknesses of a Type 5—those who have a core desire to be capable and competent, Beth McCord shows how to transform self-limiting behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment.   In addition to deeply informative content from Enneagram expert Beth McCord, the pages include interactive prompts and space provided for reflection and notes. Each book teaches about the strengths, challenges, and opportunities for that personality type in order to lead to a more meaningful life, lasting relationships, and a deeper understanding of God and yourself.

52 review for The Enneagram Type 5: The Investigative Thinker

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kyla

    I read this book in about a half hour. Maybe it's the 5 in me, but I would have loved more in-depth research and content on my type. It felt like most of the book is probably copied in all nine books and little sections are unique to each type. I didn't learn anything new about my type that I hadn't read or learned before. I did not do all of the journaling prompts at the end of each section so perhaps that would change my impression. But I'll probably stick to the "Road Back to You" as my I read this book in about a half hour. Maybe it's the 5 in me, but I would have loved more in-depth research and content on my type. It felt like most of the book is probably copied in all nine books and little sections are unique to each type. I didn't learn anything new about my type that I hadn't read or learned before. I did not do all of the journaling prompts at the end of each section so perhaps that would change my impression. But I'll probably stick to the "Road Back to You" as my primary Enneagram source for my type and others.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    3.5 stars. Here's what this book is: a very straightforward enneagram primer from the Christian perspective. Other reviews already shared how the book does repeat itself and most of the content is likely copy pasted in the other books in the series. But the writing is clear and this book should not intimidate newcomers. Here are other books to consider: if you are a Five who wants a much deeper dive then consider Riso and Hudson. If you are a Christian who wants a deeper dive then consider Chris 3.5 stars. Here's what this book is: a very straightforward enneagram primer from the Christian perspective. Other reviews already shared how the book does repeat itself and most of the content is likely copy pasted in the other books in the series. But the writing is clear and this book should not intimidate newcomers. Here are other books to consider: if you are a Five who wants a much deeper dive then consider Riso and Hudson. If you are a Christian who wants a deeper dive then consider Chris Heuertz. And if you want one primer that covers all the numbers then consider Stabile (Methodist) and Cron (Anglican). For a super quick introduction check out the songs by the band Sleeping At Last, for example the song "Five" for enneagram type five. :-D

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    A good introduction to the Enneagram from a Biblical perspective. Personally, I was hoping for more in-depth explanations on the various pathways respective to my type. I found the reflection questions to be simplistic, so much so that I did not spend time writing down my answers. I imagine that most of the content is identical for every types book, with smatterings of insight unique to the specific type being considered. A good place to start if you havent already been introduced to the A good introduction to the Enneagram from a Biblical perspective. Personally, I was hoping for more in-depth explanations on the various pathways respective to my type. I found the reflection questions to be simplistic, so much so that I did not spend time writing down my answers. I imagine that most of the content is identical for every type’s book, with smatterings of insight unique to the specific type being considered. A good place to start if you haven’t already been introduced to the Enneagram.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Definitely good and probably better if you have your own copy to write in. I would have liked more depth and detail and examples, but I can see that this isn't quite that kind of book. Worth reading and probably much more worth doing all the writing parts.

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